Posted 1 year ago
I, from an estate display, deracinated this hortensial hound who, albeit latrant and unstaid, amenably transplanted to soilless ground to flourish in the shade.
Molly, an apetalous bloom, at nearly one hundred years of age, still wears her coral-pink ribbon, downy pelage, and silver Steiff button. There exists a birthdate discrepancy; she, like most senescent women, refuses to divulge her age. Her German parents, I do believe, stuffed her in the late-1920s, circa 1927.
Molly poses alongside an Ideal Shirley Temple doll, happily wearing her 1930s badge, pink crepe frock, and soutache headband, and a reproduction googly-eyed doll, emulating the countenance of the Kestner mould 221.